Book 7 - Here are the Graphs Only II

1 August 2022 AD

St. Alphonsus Liguori (1787 AD); 7 Holy Machabees (150 BC); St. in Chains (6th Century); Sts. Faith, Hope, and Charity (2nd Century AD)


New Explanation:


The Graphs in this article are primarily to show the reader the shape of the Real Part of the Equation, i.e., when the Main Equation is scanned with a complex number (C(π/e) , 0i) and the Imaginary Part is scanned with (0, i*(C(π/e)).


One can see four Coupling Constants on the curve and three Neutrino Oscillation Angles in the Complex Part of the Graph. Of course, three Mixing Angles of Quarks (not shown) are there as well, and three Bosons. Later, it will be shown that triplets of other particles (eight altogether X 3) and Mixing Angles of these particles are also on the Graph at values of whole Constants, i.e., C19  ,C18 , C17 , C16 ,…, C12 . So are the Oscillation and Mixing Angles.


I will come back to this critical topic in subsequent articles.


 Old Description:

6 October 2017 AD; Feast of St Bruno

Here are some graphs with short descriptions.

Graph 1 - Figure 1 - Rectangular. Showing the function alpha vs. constant (and theta vs. constant.)

Graph 2 - Figure 2 - Rectangular. Showing the right part of Graph 1 - Figure 1.

Graph 3 - Figure 3 - Semi-log. Showing function alpha vs. constant (and theta vs. constant.) Similar to Graph 1 - Figure 1.

Graph 4 Figure 4 - Semi-log. Showing the right part of Graph 3 - Figure 3.

Marked in red are coupling constants in green - neutrino mixing angles.

Andrew Yanthar-Wasilik


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